• The course will have similar content to recent years and most of Wolfram Just's typeset notes from 2018 (posted below) should still be applicable.  However, there may  be slight differences in presentation, choice of examples, and sub-divison of topics.  The relevant pages in the printed notes will usually be indicated in the weekly sections below so you can read ahead.
    • Hand-written visualizer slides from this year (with occasional printed material) will be posted by topic on the notes page linked in this section as well as in each weekly section. [MTH4107 and MTH4207 versions will hopefully be essentially identical.]  Note that the visualizer slides will not be posted immediately after each lecture; you should take your own notes in class and go through them carefully afterwards to ensure you understand every detail.  The lecture notes from this year will form the definitive record of the course content. Everything in these notes/lectures is examinable unless explicitly stated otherwise. 
    • And, finally, there should be video recordings available for all lectures. They can be found by clicking on the "Q-Review" links at the top of this page.  You may find the recordings useful for revision but you will only get the best initial learning experience by attending the lectures themselves, engaging with the presentation and taking the opportunity to ask/answer questions.

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